FT Health: Business and Dementia

How can business do more to accommodate workers with a dementia diagnosis? Also: researchers seek ways to tackle problems of underdiagnosis; tech leads the charge to protect people’s independence

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Imaginative fixes like virtual train rides plug only some of the funding gaps

Researchers are exploring new ideas on what causes the disease

Clive Cookson looks at future prospects for identifying more sufferers earlier

Failing to make reasonable adjustments to help staff is against the law and bad for business

There is no rule book to support employees with Alzheimer’s

A hospital worker recalls being forced out after dementia diagnosis

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There is a host of new products available, from door sensors to clocks

People with dementia are rarely afforded the same status as other at-risk groups

Stretched health systems are often poorly designed for ageing populations